So are you still undecided about making the jump to Adobe Photoshop CS6? Go for it! You’ll love it! If you’re familiar with CS4 or CS5, you really won’t have much of a learning curve at all. The main thing that is different is how the adjustment panel works. You still have an adjustment panel but you now have a Properties Panel where you make changes to your chosen adjustment. You still choose your adjustments from the adjustment panel but once you’ve done so, you’re taken to a properties panel. It is here that you make your adjustments. And from here you can switch back and forth between your actual adjustment and your layer mask. No more mask panel. It’s different at first but it really makes things so much easier. Would you like to see how I edit my photos and get a glimpse at CS6? Click on the picture below to watch a video of me editing!
Update! Due to unforeseen circumstances, the November run of PS201 has been cancelled. The winner of the workshop seat drawing will instead be awarded a Lifetime Membership and $100 gift card to the CMstore ($295 value). Thanks for entering!
Congratulations to the random winner TracyR who “shared on Twitter http://twitter.com/TRitter429“! Email me at email@example.com to claim your prize!
Would you like to learn more about Photoshop? I have the perfect workshop for you and I am offering one lucky person the opportunity to take my workshop for free. Yes, you read that right, one lucky random winner will receive a full participation seat to my Processing 201: Intermediate Photoshop for Photographers course that starts on November 5, 2012!
To enter, simply share this post on facebook or twitter (you can use the sharing icons below if you’d like) and then come back and let us know that you shared it and where. I’ll announce the random winner next week on Thursday October 25th at noon EST right here on this blog post so make sure and come back and check. Registration for this workshop is currently open to everyone for registration. You can read more information about the photography workshop and sign up here (if you sign up and win the free seat you will be reimbursed).
Lisa Harrison, Vermont
CMpro, Workshop Instructor
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As CM’s Photoshop expert, it’s only fitting that Lisa is the instructor for the Lighting 101: Intro to Natural Light, Processing 101: Photoshop Fundamentals for Photographers, and Processing 201: Intermediate Photoshop for Photographers workshops. Speaking of her photography journey, Lisa says, “when my son was born I became hooked on photography. I wanted to capture everything I could. When he napped, I read about photography and taught myself photoshop. My husband bought me my first DSLR in 2004 and the rest is history.” With her Canon 5d mark III and various lenses, mostly primes, she enjoys lifestyle photography with bright clean processing and natural skin tones but equally loves black and whites. Living in Vermont with her husband and two children, Lisa loves skiing and boating. Family, friends, Starbucks, Zumba, her camera and computer are among her list of must haves.